The Rams will play host to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon in a battle between two NFC divisional leaders. L.A. will be looking to bounce back from their first loss in over a month, while the Saints will be trying to keep their eight-game win streak alive. Sunday's contest will be broadcast live on CBS with a kickoff time of 4:25 ET/1:25 PT.
Below is the full broadcast information for Los Angeles' Week 12 matchup:
The game will be available live in approximately 80 percent of the country on CBS with play-by-play provided by Jim Nantz and color analysis from Tony Romo. Tracy Wolfson will be the sideline reporter.
Sunday's contest will be broadcast nationally on Westwood One Sports with play-by-play provided by Tom McCarthy and color analysis from Brad Poppinga. The game will also be available on ESPN LA English Radio on ESPN 710 AM and 93.1 Jack FM (Play-by-play and sideline reporting provided by: J.B. Long, D'Marco Farr, and Maurice Jones-Drew). Plus, tune into 1330 AM for ESPN Deportes' live Spanish broadcast of the game with Troy Santiago and Ricardo Lopez on the call.
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